Motorcycle riders love the freedom and adventure riding brings. Whatever the reason you ride, you should know that, in an accident, motorcycle riders are more likely to suffer a serious, even a permanent injury or death, than any other type of vehicle rider. In fact, 11 percent of road accidents involve a motorcycle and two-thirds of all motorcycle accidents are caused by the other vehicle’s driver.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a motorcycle crash in Camden County, New Jersey, contact Andrew Prince, a leading motorcycle lawyer in South Jersey. For more than 25 years, he has focused his practice on helping motorcycle accident victims get compensated for their pain and suffering, medical bills and more.
In most cases, your auto insurance will not cover you if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle crash. Therefore, you should make sure you are covered with the maximum amount of motorcycle insurance allowed under New Jersey law. Andrew Prince will review your current policy for free, to make sure you are fully covered before an accident happens. Contact him today for your no cost insurance policy review.
Injured in a motorcycle crash in Bellmar, Cherry Hill, Haddon Heights, Pennsauken or anyplace in Camden County, NJ? You need a motorcycle lawyer who can explain the intricacies of New Jersey insurance law and who works with the motorcycle rider community. You need Andrew Prince Esq. on your side — he’s an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer who has helped many personal injury victims like you recoup money to pay for medical bills and lost pay if you are out of work recovering from your injuries.
If you’ve been injured on any of the County Roads, Routes 38, 41, 42, 47, 79, 73, the Betsy Ross Bridge, US Route 30 or 130, Interstate 295, 676, 765, the Atlantic City Expressway or any other Camden County road; you need a motorcycle personal injury lawyer with a proven record of winning cases like yours.
Andrew Prince has won millions of settlement dollars for motorcyclists injured in accidents in New Jersey. He is passionate about representing the motorcycle community and understands why motorcycle accidents happen. He is proud extremely of his involvement as a member of the board of directors of Rider Education of New Jersey, Inc. He is also a member of these motorcycle organizations:
Andrew Prince knows that in order to get the best results, a motorcycle lawyer has to understand how motorcycle crashes happen. For example, many motorcycle falls happen because the motorcyclist is responding to an automobile’s failure to see the motorcycle. The motorcyclist will purposely bring down his/her bike causing injury but avoiding direct contact with the car. It’s crucial to know whether contact is required to win your case. Here are some other motorcycle accident features:
If you’ve been injured or someone you know was killed in a motorcycle crash in Camden County, NJ, call Andrew Prince, at 1-800-TEAM-LAW for a free consultation, or contact him online. He will arrange to come to you if necessary.
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